PIC16F84A Microcontroller Projects

Below are my electronic projects based on the PIC16F84A microcontroller. The projects below without links are still to be completed. There are more projects to come so check every now and again for updates. If you have an idea for a project or have any comments please click here to send me details. My projects are free but if you find them useful please consider making a donation.

Formula One Starting Grid Lights
Emulates the lights used to start a F1 race

A row of eight LED's flash from side to side as seen in Knightrider

Traffic Lights Simulator
UK traffic lights simulator

4 Aspect Train Signal
Signal used on UK railways

Traditional dice with seven LED's to represent the spots and a button to roll the dice.

Dice Revision B
My second attempt is programmed in assembler and includes a low power sleep mode.

7 Dice
A seven segment display is used on this dice instead of the usual 'spots'. A button is used to roll the dice and the display rolls until it stops at a random number between 1 and 6.

Lottery Number Predictor
A dual seven segment display is used to show a random number between 1 and 49

RGB LED Effect
Control the output's of a RGB LED to produce different colours and effects

RPM Indicators
A row of LED's display engine speed

Car Stop Lights
Animated high level brake lights

Moving Message Display
A moving message display using two 7x5 dot matrix displays.

A digital clock that displays the time and the date. Ten 7-segment displays are used to display hours, minutes, day, month and year.

Flashing Police Lights
Realistic Police Car lights for model cars.

Arc Welding Lights
Realistic flashing lights simulating arc welding. For model railways.

Road Works Sign
The sign used on English roads to direct traffic during road works. It consists of four flashing lights and a flashing arrow that can flash either to the left or right.

Christmas Lights
This project flashes coloured LED's the same way as commercially available lights.
  Future projects include Car Alarm, Servo Controller & Power Supply Unit.

My projects are provided free for non-commercial use and are provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. I have taken every care to make sure the information presented is accurate and where code is reused to credit the original author. Please send me your comments or inform me of inaccuracies by clicking here.

Last Updated on 23 January 2011
2005-2011 Perry Andrews

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